Amy Schumer’s New Zealand and Australian December tour dates will not go ahead due to illness.
Unfortunately, due to Amy Schumer’s tight schedule it is not possible to schedule replacement dates, however the touring company Live Nation is working to confirm a return to New Zealand as soon as is practical.
For all tickets booked online or by phone, the credit card used in the booking will automatically be refunded. Please allow up to ten days to receive your refund. If the original credit card you used for the purchase has been cancelled or no longer valid please contact place of purchase.
If you made your booking at an outlet please return to the original outlet where the booking was made with your ticket(s) and credit card used to purchase in hand to obtain your refund. Refunds will only be provided to the original purchaser on presentation of photo ID.
Further refund enquiries should be directed to Ticketmaster, phone 0800 111 999.
Leo Gene Peters is the director and founder of A Slighty Isolated Dog, who are bringing Jekyll and Hyde to the Basement Theatre in Auckland; running from July 4th - July 15th.
The Auckland Philharmonia will perform Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone as part of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series at the Spark Arena this Sunday, July 2; while the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Horncastle Arena on Wednesday July 5.
New Zealand's own Hayden Tee returns to Auckland for his one and only local performance this year in support of Broadway Dreams New Zealand (BDNZ) at A Night of Broadway Dreams, an exclusive fundraiser at Rannoch House on July 2nd.
By Jarred Tito
Date / Venue: Thursday June 22nd, 2017 - ASB Theatre, Auckland
Born out of the Pacific Dance Choreographic Laboratory, the Pacific Dance Festival is now on at the Mangere Arts Centre in Auckland, providing an opportunity for Pacific choreographers to create, develop, and perform original dance works in a celebration of Pacific cultures.
From the soaring Jerusalem and patriotic Rule Britannia to iconic Brit pop and much-loved classics, Auckland Symphony Orchestra will take you on a musical journey that will have you dropping your cuppa and singing your heart out!
A powerful, autobiographical cross between stand-up comedy and theatre, My Best Dead Friend both written and performed by Anya Tate-Manning, makes it’s Auckland debut from 12-22 July at Q Theatre.
As New Zealand’s largest annual theatrical production, the World of WearableArt™ (WOW®) Awards Show continually exceeds expectations, thrilling audiences with its spectacle of boundless creativity.
Experience the ground-breaking and original musical film La La Land like never before - LIVE with an 80-piece orchestra and jazz ensemble.
The New Zealand Dance Company is set to present its 2017 triple bill Kiss the Sky, opening 29 June at the Bruce Mason Centre for four performances only.
Auckland’s trailblazing venue, Q Theatre, have announced their sixth annual Matchbox season with three very unique and adventurous theatre works presented by some of our hottest kiwi creatives.
Ever get a catchy ad tune stuck in your head? Then prepare yourself for 20 of them…! After an award-winning season in Wellington, Jingles - The Musical will thrill Auckland audiences with a reinterpretation of classic New Zealand ad melodies – telling a hilarious story of a small-town girl perched on the edge of stardom.